In my previous blog, “Tough Decisions (part 1)“, I tried to explain how the decisions we make on helping kids are very difficult. I used a recent child’s case to show how we were able to help, at least for now, a child and her mother. Less than 24 hours after this
The phone rings. It is a pastor I do not know who received my number through friends. He needs our help. He said: “There is a lady who showed up in our village who was raped in Thailand. She recently had a baby and does not want it and is trying to give it away. Can you tak
The story of little Odom being rescued from a detention center in Malaysia was well viewed on my blog site. In fact, it was the most read blog ever on my site. (see Odom’s story here) I told you the heartwarming story, but not the “rest of the story”. Trafficking of any person is ho
In America I think nearly every kid had a blanket they loved and cherished. I still have one! On a recent trip my friend Omar Garcia gave a couple of kids their first security blanket, a hand made quilt from Texas! Every stitch was made with love; and the kids can feel it. Below is S
Sovan and Sokal are two young men in their mid-twenties. Both are married and have small children. They eat what they grow and each day is a struggle to survive for themselves, much less their families. One day a rich looking businessman comes into their village. He said he is rec
I have had an issue burning on my heart for a long time. Honestly, I have fought mentioning it, because I know that once I open this can of worm my life will be different. The issue is slavery. If you read this your life might be different too. Bopha is a slave I met on a flight f
In Cambodia, life is cheap. Girls can be bought for $1.25. Unfortunately many tourist frequent these massage parlors as do Cambodians themselves. As Christians, the best things we can do is to just stay away from the temptations of sin that are around us.